The mission of the Bachelor of Science degree in Management is to provide students with the foundation of managerial techniques, processes and experiential management skills for success in managerial positions in public and private companies and in non-profit organizations
Program Learning Goals Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Management are able to:
Evaluate ethical issues affecting management functions and their implications in organizational decision making.
Work in teams, use critical thinking to analyze and solve problems and effectively communicate to various stakeholders in any organization.
Demonstrate the use of effective written and oral business communication skills.
Demonstrate synthesis of managerial concepts, principles and theories by developing solutions to complex managerial and leadership problems.
Apply technology to analyze problems, develop business analysis and recommend management decisions and actionable strategies.
Concentrations Students majoring in Management may select six upper division elective courses in management or choose one of the following concentrations to add an additional focus to their studies: